1. Ground Blinds
The popularity of ground blinds is soaring as the average age of hunters rises. Increasingly, we prefer hunting at lower altitudes, and blinds offer concealment and scent containment. Ground blinds are difficult for animals to see into, affording you much greater mobility than a treestand. Plus, you get the option of using a longer-limbed crossbow, which can be stowed anywhere in the blind, including on a shooting stick or other type of prop. Ground blinds are often placed in or around food plots or water holes, forcing the shooter to make longer shots than treestand hunters. Larger, more powerful bows excel at covering increased real estate.
Recommended Model: Barnett Ghost 400 ($999)